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Oct 17, 2012 6:00pm EDT
blogger, doug terri, showing the crew putting the camera back up. police think a vandal intentionally took out the camera with a heavy vehicle, then fled. no suspects are identified, even though there's a police substation. a block away. wusa9 9 posted one of the shots asking who did it. tongue and cheek answers included, the duracho. mostly, viewers expressed contempt of speed cameras in a county that counts at least 115 of them. it needs to happen to every one of them, wrote one viewer, stop the greed in government. i don't know if someone did this or not, wrote another. if he or she gets caught, i would contribute to a defense fund. camera karma is a post that seems to sum it up. if so, there's a lot of that karma going around. montgomery county police report at least 53 acts of vandalism between february and september, ranging from spray painting to gun shots. balance that against a county legislative report showing speed cameras result in 87% compliance, a 28% drop in collisions, and a 39% reduction in injuries and deaths. around enforcement camera zones. in short, people may hate the
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